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Are you satisfied with our governments’ operational procedures and administrative practices for seeking our opinions and addressing our concerns? It is vital that we are vigilant of the functioning of our cherished democratic process....
Consulting with the local community Consultation is an ongoing process. We had an open house in October and have distributed project updates to mailboxes in the area and on our web site.
Many COVID-induced restrictions are being lifted with people relishing a return to normality, but with cautionary responses. It has been a taxing campaign battling this predatory virus. I believe the time is due to...
As a wind developer, it lifts my spirits to get emails such as this one which I received a couple of days ago from a local resident: “I think the idea of a wind farm along Route...
Our family has proudly owned and enjoyed property in Long Point, Cape Breton since the turn of the 1800s and expect to do so well into the future. What draws us to this land; the beauty, peace...
As volunteer members of the Strait Richmond Community Health Board, we work together to improve the health of our communities through our legislated role in the health system. We are raising our concerns and...
I am a very concerned citizen of Route 19 on beautiful Cape Breton Island. The Rhodena Wind Farm Project is a proposal by developers from away. They are planning to erect 18 industrial wind...
Over the last two years, Nova Scotians of all ages have been impacted by unprecedented grief and loss. The COVID-19 pandemic and public health restrictions have prevented people from coming together, supporting one another,...
March has arrived thus we have had to again deal with daylight saving time (DST), the first of our seasonal time changes. Adjusting our clocks does not create more natural daylight. The time change...
We have arrived at the two-year milestone for this pandemic. Much will be written about the rights and wrongs that stemmed from this viral contagion. The one thing about which we will agree is...




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